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Michael Fremer  |  Jan 10, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  18 comments
Turntable manufacturer Simon Yorke just announced the limited edition S45 record player designed exclusively to play 45s and only 45s.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  13 comments
VPI introduced the $10,000 Classic 4 turntable, complete with 12" 3D tonearm for the tidy sum of $10,000.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  1 comments
Germany-based Transrotor added four new models to its lineup.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  8 comments
Rega and importer The Sound Organization launched the new Rega RP10 turntable.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  4 comments
Okay it was a typo but we like kicking people when they are down, so we're using the press release date. Obviously importer Bluebird Music meant 2014. French electronics manufacturer Jadis introduced a new granite plinth-based Thalie turntable.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  2 comments
The Sperling Turntable we profiled in our Munich 2013 coverage is now being imported to America but AudioArts.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  1 comments
Music Hall introduced a black version of its snazzy looking $1195 Ikura turntable. Analogplanet.com profiled the original white version in an earlier show report.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  0 comments
Vladimir Lamm introduced at CES 2014 the new LP 2.1 phono preamplifier, a pure Class A vacuum tube based phono preamplifier operating pure "Class A" with no loop feedback.
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 09, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  1 comments
Billed as a state of the art phono preamp, ARC's new Ref Phono 10 is a two box true dual mono hybrid design featuring a JFET front end coupled to a 4 6H30 tube output
Michael Fremer  |  Jan 08, 2014  |  First Published: Dec 31, 1969  |  20 comments
Pro-Ject announced at CES 2014 a major line upgrade. We have a GoPro video covering all of it but because of pathetic internet speed we are unable to post at this time. It might have to wait until after CES.

For now, here are the details: The $199 Elemental is now in full production. This is an "out of the box" ready to play 'table complete with Ortofon OM-5 cartridge. The intent is to kill the grew chewing Crosely junk by convincing budget buyers that spending $60 on a turntable and $30 on a 180g version of Dark Side of the Moon is DUMB.

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